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Mr. and- Mrs. Ross D. You'ng and
family have gone to the iountains of
North Carolina for a feav weeks. .
Miiss Alma Coleman, of Cross 11ill,
i visiting her aunt, Mrs. b. 13. dood
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Nichols left- today
for Charleston where they will visit
for some time.
MiA Ruth Bamweijleft Sunday for
Apheville, .N. C., where she will 'spend
.Mr. Fred Rush, of Bennettsville,
spent seeral llays in the city last
Miss Fanny Gilreath, of Greer, has
'been the guest of Mtiss Rebecca Adams
for several days,
Miss Lottie Sullivan is spending this
week in Spartanburg as the guest of
Miss .Grace Creightoi.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Boyd and clili
dren of, Florence, are visiting Mlr. and
Mrs. J. S. Bennett for several days.
Mrs. N. *C. Hughes, Sr., of Raleigh,
N. C., is in the city on a visit to her soil
and daughter-in-laew, ar. and 'Mrs. N.
C. Hughes, Jr.
Mrs. ChIlds Calhoun, of Darlington,
is visitng her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W.
3-1. Dial. air. Calhoun caie up for the
Mr. Gil-bert M. Tyler, of Charlotte,
spent the week-end in the city -with
Mrs.' Tyler at 'the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. .W. H. -Richey.
LNiss Uois Fuller left the city today
for ..Charleston to spIend some time
with her friend, Miss Rhebe Simmons,
on Sullivan Island
Mrs. H. E. -Dallasfand children. of
Wilmington, N. C., are visiting Mrs.
-Dallas' parents, iMr. and Mrs. Adison
Mr. and 'Mrs. P. 1B. Irby and litle
,boy, of Spartan'burg, have been spnd
ing a few days in the city with home
Miss Louise Irby, of Greenville, is
spending her vacation in the city .with
her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. A. G. Irby,
ir. and Mrs. L. S. Bolt and little
sOn, Joe, of 'Leesville, spent the week
end in the city wfth Mrs. Bolt's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Sullivan.
Miss Claude Gray, of Gray Court,
has been spending seeral days in the
-city !with 'Misses Bess and Iule Chil
Mr. Mrion "Wilkes, now connected
with the Federal Reserve Banl1 with
his office in Washington, has been
spendtng a few days in the city with
his -parents, Mr. and 'irs. E. H. Wilkes.
Mrs., J. R. Little, her, daughter, Miss
Inn, and iMiss Sarah 'Dorroh, of this
city, and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Little
and Mrs. R. \H. .MclDonald of Columnibia
left Monday for Asheville where they
will spend several iweeks.
'Misses Sarah Bisholp and Nell Jones,
and Messrs. Euarl Langston, E. 1-1.
Wilkes, Jr., Thomas Reid, Dave 'Ohil
dress and .1. L. Langston, Jr., iot'oi'ed
to Hendersonville last -week-end, re
turning to the city 'Sunday night.
'Mi's. DeWitt King and children have
returned ,~o' their home in Chmarleston
after spending a few wveeks here. They
were acconmpanied home by Mrs. L.
Connor' Fuller who will visit them foi'
Mirs. W. .H. Hough, whlo has been at
the General Hospital at Spartaihurrg
since las't .Tuesday lwhen she under
went a minor' operation is improving
rapidly and will' probably be at home
'in ab~out a w'eek.
MNJpie Lee Wilson
Minnie ILee the Sine year old daugh
ter of Mr. and -Mrs. W. -Roy IWilson,
of 'Watts Ni1ls, died after an illness
of only a few hours Wednesday, July
c12, and was buried the next afteronon
at the Watts Cemetery, Minnie Lee
wvas a bright, attractive child, a gen
eral favorite iwith her 'playmates, and
hier funeral was very largely attended.
'The funeral services 'were conducted
at the home 'of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mr's. B.' B. Cothran, Rev. Foster
Mary Alice Weeks
'Mary Alive, the fiye year old daugh
ter of Mr. ap~d Mrs. Reid Weeks, of
Watts Mills,.died after an illness of a
few slays on Saturday, July 16th. The
interment ocidrred on Sunday at EDn
Ori ~ping Party
'Mesdames Y glas Gray and Eqapy
'Barkadale, ana Misses 'Rbebecca 'Ada'n' W
Toccoa Gray,T triegene Gray, Margaret
Knlght, Sarah 'Eliza Swygert, Kath
erine Teagume "f 'Mountvilee, ifue Lea
man of Cross Hill, and Fanny Gil
reath, of Gre'er, and Richard ."Doe"
'Counts, Am'biase EkLster'by, Willaian
Aibi'ghit, John,lftober't Ellis, Martin
'Teagu, . Nathan' Barlisdale, W illiafn
Dutilp, Hfouston poe , Roy Ch'll~es
~and tHarley SBander.. of Grbygod
and arold 16uiier of'tMountvillec left
yesterd&y for' 'Tuxedo, N. O,; *ypere
thi '11f caim' ifor t4 week.'s n the
6hores of A1/putnimt,
On the 12th inst. Miss Sallie Wolff
and 'Mr. Milton A. W'ilson nwere mar
ried at tile home of the 'bride's lpur
ents, Mr. and Mrs, John Wolff, near
Gray Court. Owing to -the illness of
the bride's mother, only meibers of
the family Were present. Rev. Watson
of Gray Court, officiated. Immediately
after the Ceremony the couple left by
autonbile for Greenville, and the
mOul-talins of Noi th Carolina. Mrs.
.Boyce +). Wolff, sistor of the bride,
came down from 'Washington for the
wedding, and will remain on a visit
for a few weeks.
FI'ntertained at Club
'Ars. Marlion Simpson entertained
the members of her Forty Two club
and their ;husbands at the Bois Terre
club Molypgy evening. After a number
of games were played delightful re
freshments were served. With the com
pletion of the new dining roomn enter
taining at the club has .become a mat
ter of small trouble and it is thought
that many will take advantage of it.
To Wed in Fall
'Airs. W. 13. Padgett, formerly of
Leesville but nyho has been staying
with her daughter, aMrs. L. L. Moore,
for some time, has announced the en
gagement of her daughter, Sadye Her
bert, to 'Mr.- Job Hamilton Little, fPr
merly of this city but notw of Columbia.
The wedding is to take place In the
early fall. Both of these young peo
ple have many .friends in the city and
state who will be interested in this an
nouncement. Miss PPadgett -has spent
much time in Laurens, where she has
many friends. Mr. Little spent his
boyhood days here, but is now in rail
road offices'in Columbia.
Party for Miss Sullivan
'Miss 'Harriet Sullivan, -whose mar
riage to Mr. Harold 'Davis will take
-place on July 27th, was complimented
last Tuesday afternoon at 5 o'clock
'by the Misses aIary and Virginia 'Sul
livan at a delightful party given at
their 'home on South Harper street.
Eight tables of Forty-/wo were :play
ed in several rooms of the spacious
home which had been attractively dec
orated with nasturtiums for the occa
slon. A delicious salad course was
then served by 'the hostesses, 4fter
which the bride was presented witt
a beautiful gift.
MRS. IDA HUiDGENS TEAGUE
NatIve of This County Passed Away
at Her Home in Arkansas Last
:Mrs. Ida Hudgens Teague, wife of
Rev. E~ugene F. Teague, 'both natives
of this county, died at Amity, Arkan
sag, the adopted home of the family,
last Tuesday, according to a telegram
received by Mr. W. P. Hudgens, broth
or of the dlcensed. Wh'ile tihe rela
tives .here- had known of her illness
for Several weks, inevertheless the mes
sage p~roduced profound sorrow, thmis.
being' the first death among the chil
dren of the Huigens family.'
-Besides her husband, she is sur
vived 'by three sons and five daughters.
Her, inmmediate relatives in th~s coun
ty are her, mother, Mrs. -Mollie Hud
gens, widow of the late 'Hon. Jno. M.
Hudgens, three . brothers, 1W. P., Am
brose L. and Jno,. eH., and four sisters,
Mrs. Alice Teague, Mrs. -Guy Smith,
Mirs. 3. B. Hill end Mrs. Ross Power.
*Rev. and Mrs. Teague moved from
tis county to Arkansas in 1893, to
gether with their 'brother and sister,
Mir..and-' Mrs. Jesse Teague, and their
l'ather, 'Mr. Ludie Teague. Latnr
Mdessrs. LIudie and Jesse Teague died
and were buried at 'Hollyiwood, Arkan
ins, amnd on Wednesday of last wee!
.he late Mrs. Teague 'was .la'id to rest
n the sanme cemetery. The family
mnee lived at H~ollywood 'but moved to
tmity where Mr. Teague is pastor of
,group of Baptist churches.
Reniew your health
by purifying youj
The peifi i rfined
salorei taipethat ate fte.
from naue and danger.
-N 'salts1 c~sarv
talots 4ct like Ioit
MILS. H. T. AieD4NALD DEAD
Sister of Messrs. Mills and Hami
liiter, of This Ulty, Uied In Atlan.
ta Friday Morning. Burial at Or
Mrs. Ora Hunter alcDonald, widom
of the late al. T. McDonald who was a
civil engineer of note, died in an At
-lanta hospital Friday morning follow
Ing an operation for appendicitis the
Sunday before. 'Her body was carried
to Greeniwood Saturday where it lay
at the home of her sister, Mrs. N. A.
Craig, until Sunday morning when it
was carried to Old Fields church cem
etery, at Ora, where interment took
placd in the presence of a large num
ber of sorrowing friends and relatives.
The services were conducted 'by Rev.
I. N. Kennedy and Rev. C. T. Squires.
'Irs. AMdDonald was the eldest daugh
ter of the late Dr. J, . lunter and
his wife, Eliza Dillard limiter, of this
county. It was while the Charleston
& Western 'Carolina railroad was be
ing built that she met and married Mr.
'McDonald, nmho was then in charge
of construction of a large link of this
road and who named the station of
Ora after her. Mr. Mc'Donald died in
Jacksonville, Fla., where he was then
living, a'bout eight years ago and af
ter that Alrs. M1cDonald lived with her
children at Kirkwood, near Atlanta,
Mrs. McDonald was a sister of
Messrs. J. Mills and M. Hiamp Hunter,
of this city, 0. L. Hunter, of Ora, and
Mis. N. A. Craig, of Greenwood A half
ihrother, James L. 1Hunter, lives in
Florida. She is also survived by 'wo
daughters and two sons, all of whom
l'ive at Kirldwood, Ga., as follows:
irs. Eliza Muse, Messrs. Tyler and
Alfred MdDonald and 'Aliss Evelyn
Another "Lefty" Here
"Lefty" Clyde Sur .:Ltt, star pitcher
of Greenville fame, h: back home again
having signed up for the rest of this
season with the Laurens Cotton lill
Medical Society to Meet
A imeeting. of the Laurens County
Medicall society has been called by its
president, Dr. W, T. Pace, of Gray
Court, to be held at that city next
Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
.Statement of the Condition of the..
BANK OF MOUNTVILLE
Located at 3ountville, S. C at thie
close of business .June 30, lI)22.
Loans and Discounts .. ..$ 94,470.67
Overdrafts ....1........ ,766.02
Furniture and Fixtures . 2,120.00
Banking House .. ... 2.,000.00
Due from Banks and -Bank
ers .-. .... ...... 3,254.53
Gold .. .
Silver and Other Coi'..
Checks and Cash Items . 526.50
Total .. . . ., . . . .$105,048.96
Capital Stock VPaid In .. ..$ 20,250.00
Surplus -Fund .. .. .. .. 6,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent EiXjpennlles and Taxes
Paid .......... .... 1,840.01
Due to Bank4 and flankers 298.28
[ndividual ID posits Subject
to Cheek .. .. $ 26,985.84
Bavings Deposita 10,000.00
rime Certiflbates of De
posit 5. . ... ..7,601.62
cashier's Chtcks 73.18 414,660.64
B~ills Payablff including Cer
tificates f r Money 'Bor
rowed --. (.... .. ..32,000.00
Total -.-,-.. .. ..$105,048.96
state of Sou ti Carolina,
County 4f Laurens.
LBefore me came C. M. Fuller cash
er of the ab ve named bank, who, be
ng duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoin s tatement is a true con
litioW of said bank, as shown 1ly the
looks of sa'id bank.
C. 'M. FiUDJLER.
Swvorn to ar.d subscribed before me
his 5th day ot July, 1922.
'W. E. ORIS'P,
jorrect Attest. C. 61. Fuller, J. M.
immons, W. J. Cluck, Directors.
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